The aim of this series is to publish outstanding works of research on warfare throughout the ages and throughout the world. Books in the series take a broad approach to military history, examining war in all its military, strategic, political and economic aspects. The series complements Studies in the Social and Cultural History of Modern Warfare by focusing on the 'hard' military history of armies, tactics, strategy and warfare. Books in the series consist mainly of single author works - academically rigorous and groundbreaking - which are accessible to both academics and the interested general reader.
General Editors: Jennifer D. Keene, Chapman University, California; Hew Strachan, University of St Andrews; Geoffrey Wawro, University of North Texas